YAFFS2 doesn't compile
andy at openmoko.com
Sat Apr 12 22:49:36 CEST 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
|> But if it doesn't
|> compile (since mokopatches I hope) and nobody complained do we still
|> need it around?
| The HXD8 tree was never merged back into Openmoko mainline, so it's
| not important for HXD8 to keep this bit around. In case such a merge
| is done later, it would be easy enough to bring YAFFS2 back.
Great I'll throw it out tomorrow.
| 2.6.24 JFFS2 as such is pretty unstable.
| The same thread had a pointer to
| as a source for cherry-picking changes.
Hum. NAND, bad blocks, dynamic partition tables, JFFS2, all things I
hope can go the same way as YAFFS2.
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